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the kitchen area. >>you can see there's the fire there this is on scotsteel drive in the fire department they came out here at around 11 30 last night they quickly knock down the flames they rushed inside they pulled a woman from the kitchen area rushed er to the hospital she was alive at that time, but her injuries simply too much and that she died at the hospital there was a man inside as they were working their way through the house that man died at the scene. you can see all of the south being pulled out in front of the house, so this hous right now has been got it. this happened at around 11 30 last night when a lot of people were sleeping at the time, bright orange flames caugt the attention of neighbors, including alaina was kind enough to join me this morning you said you called 911 s >>we went am pm over they coming back, we saw the fire and i called island my husband
spoke to them and i went banging on their door and all i had was what i like an older man's saying help and i can't then went to the neighbor's door and they knocked on their door because the fire was on their side. so as a way that would go to the neighbor's house as well so you heard a man. >>baking and screaming for help but it was just too hot for you to run, and i wouldn't know it when nobody could get in either it was absolutely and you heard the fire crackling inside. >>and helped man did you know did a they really came out i there were very old. they we've seen family can visit them, but we don't within the people. thank you so much i can clearly see she's still shaken up by what happened the fire was contained. that they were homeowners and not visiting or air bnb this was their location but until their families have been notified their identity will not be released back to him.
>>i will tran reporting there meanwhile, but dig a bay, another man was killed in a house fire this one started just before midnight on salmon creek road which is just off bodega highway firefighters say they had a hard time putting the fire out because the flames were so intense when they finally got it under control that is when they discovered the victim and the east bay we have the picture of a deadly house fire in oakland of one person died and a seco person was injured in that fire this morning. the fire started about 4.15. on this near bern hard drive. firefighte arrived on scene to find the home engulfed in flames. the fire started to spread to a second home, but firefighters were able to get it under control. the cause is under investigation. all right, let's check on the weather on this sunny day around the bay area and how about that the sun setting in and not a cloud in the sky out there right now and that's the way. >>it is going to stay all night long tonight winds ill going to be a blustery over the north bay hills but around the bed rest of the year they started to calm down will
continue to do so tomorrow what a day it's going to be grabbing lunch taken working enjoy a nice day outside and it is going to be a nice day to enjoy the beautiful sunshine all the way to the really as temperatures very very mild for this time of year even warm in some spots 67 in san bruno 68 in burlingame beautiful in redwood city at 68 degrees 69 in mount view. the south a year almost to 70 deges in san jose by tomorrow. then we start breaking out some 70's anall you're looking at 70 to 74 in livermore 72 degrees and pleasanton 69 in san leandro 70 degrees in castro valley 71 in walnut creek about 72 in concord so get the unusually warm weather continuing above normal temperatures high pressure orhead so we're getting that offshore wind and as those winds calm down these temperatures going to start to warm up tomorrow looks like a to be the peak of the warmth at will cool down a little bit onednesday. a few more clouds come our way as we head into black ballantine say.
>>and from vanessa bryant in her own words about how she is trying to cope with the tragic loss of her husband kobe bryant and their daughter gigi she posted on instagram a few hours ago saying, she's been reluctant to put her feelings into words but wanted to in case there are other people out there going through similar grief she talked about all of the anger and sadness, she's experiencing saying in part. it's like i'm trying to process called me being gone, but my body refuses to accept my gigi will never come back to me, it feels wrong. why should i be able to wake up another day when my baby girl isn't being able to have that opportunity. i'm so mad. she had so much life to live. despite living what she calls a nightmare vanessa added that she realizes she needs to be strong for her 3 remaining daughters. natalia bianca and capri. >>for your money tonight with valentine's day just around that most american couples nds plan to spend about a $150 to celebrate their love that is unless they're millennials
that age group between the ages of 2439 is planning to spend $208 on food, entertainment and gifts. this is according to a new survey from bank rate dot com. and you gov plc millennials apparently site nor relatiohips and social media as reasons for their spending plans. according to the national retail federation adts in e us are forecast to spend more than $27 billion, a jump of32% over last year's projection. and tonight, a new facial recognition app causing some officials to be concerned over privacy violations that sullivan shows us how it works. >>oh my d looked like >>that's my face or a photo i haven't seen seconds by the official recognition. thr view is basically a search engine. the face if you have
scraped billions of images from sites like facebook twitter the use of facial recognition system it claims more than 600 law enforcement agencies in the us and canad are usin as though it's unclear how many have actually paid for thuse of the stuff that photo me from cnn dot >>wee saying see pictures of that are not from that original this is from the medium tech giants aren't happ about this and they say it violates their terms of service and at ascend cease and desist letters this ai technology is looking at but it's looking a unique features solar's to ignore things a little bit like to be aired and feed in progress in the features a stay the same gender sally people's find this creepy. i can understand people having concerns around privacy so the first parto remember that it's only publicly avlable information we're not just making
technology for its own sake, the reason a purpose we found is to really help law enforcement solve crime. >>i was deeply disturbed i was coerned about. how clear of images most concerned about its data privacy and i was concerned that it was tracking law enforcement searches concerned about taking it to powerful is that out of the hands of law enforceme official recognition tool can be used properly if we understand how the databases to review claims its app is 99% the crane that cnn hasn't verified see you think this is an area that should be yeah, absolutely i don't think regulations and that thing and we want to work with the government create something that is a safer understandable and keeps you know the whole public unease. >>coming up now that president trump's impeachment trial is over what is next for congress will explore the upcoming agenda. >>a few minutes and a new might give you any more veggies to your et
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premature death and heart disease according to a study published in the journal of the american medical association. researche studied long-term data on nearly 30,000 people and determined people who ate 2 servings of meat like bacon sausagor a hot dog. each week had a 3 to 7% higher risk of premature death and cardiovascular disease. what the percentages may sound small heart disease is the number one killer in the united states and some say even a small reduction in risk can make a big difference. the study's lead author says anyone concerned about heart health or risk for cancer and other diseases should limit their intake of red and processed meats for today' health minute. i'm mandy gaither. >>i'm morganroad in washington coming up lawmers lay out thei
>>national news now the president trump's impeachment trial is over what comes next for congress, a morgan wright reports from washington with the big issues coming up on the agenda. >>with the impeachment process over lawmakers in washington are ready to get back to work on the issues impacting american lives in fighting back and forth republicans democrats we had just put that to the side mirror going congressman david trone says there's a desire between both parties to find common ground on issues like the rising costs of prescription drugs
and the opioid epidemic you more than paying canada, times japan, france making sense. rhode island congressman david says only nice as house democrats are shifting their attention toward america's infrastructure invest in roads bridges ports transit systems to really rebuild the infrastructure of america, we'll create 12 million good paying jobs, but it remains to be seen just how far president trump and republicans in the senate are willing to work with democrats on these issues they have a 10 foot so focused on. >>the impeachment hoax said they haven't had time to do anything else. >president trump says he's ready to tackle drug prices and infrastructure. but says he needs democratic votes that already on infrastructure on reducing drug prices are substantial if there's someone who's going to to do a in this environment, i'm confident president would do that new york republican congressman tom reed says. >>despite the tense political
divisions, it's time to show americans lawmakers can still do the people's business. >>here in washington. reporting in washington, i'm morgan wright tonight, british airways has bragging rights for the fastest subsonic flight between new york and london. >>the boeing 7.47 kerry reached a top speed of more than 800 miles per hour. the flight in question was up from saturday into sunday and got it stuck to its destination in just under 5 hours according to flight radar 24. the average time for a trip from a new york to london is about 6 hours and 13 minutes. i'm meteorologt say that heavy winds from storm cra help the plane go even faster than it usually would tonight one of the most seen homes in tv history could be yours for a few million or so yeah, you know that a victorian right, those featured as the tanner family home in ll house well it is back on the market. >>that's according to top 10 real estate deals dot com and you'll be in a lot of people's
travel photos, his walking your front the price tag 5 and a half million that is down from the initial asking price of 6 million. 4 drooms 4 bathrooms this thing was built in 1883. but has undergone a complete 21th century redo they say last week another one of san francisco's painted ladies in alamo square neighborhood. so for 3 and a half million that home was listed in january. >>all right time now for 4 zone forecast we'll get live look outside the it services customer could are nice nice day out there. today bring time or summer so it's technically winter but hear the heart of winter looking nice he enjoyed it and what do you do i mean at this pattern is going to hold now it looks like a high pressure overhead so you've got clr skies out there, it's just a clear all night tonight. >>and look at these temperatures around the bay area today, 71 degrees in san francisco, 70 degrees in
oakland 72. in san jose 71 degrees in livermore 74 in concord how santa rosa, almost 80 degrees this afternoon simply amazing weather for the middle of winter in fact all around the bay area look at the 70's loading up all around as you get away from th coastline, but even up toward the beaches, 60 degrees in half moon bay, 72 degrees redwood city 70 in fremont 78 degrees in neva 71 in vallejo temperatures like this amazing for this time of year and well above the average nothing's going to change a little bit as the winds going to start subside now from a those strong gusty winds so little blustery in the north bay overnight tonight, but by tomorrow things going start to calm down a little bit more so still another gorgeouday with above normal temperatures outside right now those winds have calmed down acss much of the bay area little they can do to blow in the north bay see 15 in ap also snow money team in a fairfield 14 miles per hour now in santa rosa. temperatures though still very nice outside in
uncomfortably warm in some spots, especially for this time of year 71 degrees right now in redwood city in concord 74 of oil 75 in santa rosa and 73 degrees in petaluma that big dome that blocking ridge of high pressure sending any chance of storms well to the north occasionally wore these storm systems drop on the back side of that ridge that would help to kick up the win for tomorrow looks like things are going start to even out a little bit are still have that offshore wind that is going to make for some mild warm temperatures d sunny skies all the way the coastline around the bay area again so yeah it looks like it is going to stay nice and clear in fact skies will stay clear throughout the night tonight and tomorrow to in fact the following day lots of sunshine, maybe a few high clouds but that's about the worst of it so really high pressure in control overnight lows will be in the 30's and 40's by day tomorrow you're going to be a gorgeous day plan on ls of 70's showing up in a lot of 60's to 70's inside the bay and beautiful weather all the way to the coastline weather will cool down a few more clou growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors.
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and i will stop trump's assault on women's reproductive rights. i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accountable for results. as president, i'll offer common sense plans and i will get it done. and let's win. so let's stay on the offensive, i'm mike bloomberg and approve this message. >>well the oscars may be hollywood's biggest night. but it's also a big deal for musicians and composers this year, a legendary songwriting duo and a history making composer took home awards in the oscars music categories. >>rick damigella report >>prior to their win at the 2020 golden globe awards. the iting o of elton jo and beieupinadnever won majo award together
individually both songiters have their share of nors and they won numerous critics awards this year but at the 92th academy awards elton john and beie taupin picked up their biggest win yet as rocket man is i'm going to love me again won the oscar for best original song. thank you to who's been. constant thing in my life when i was screwed up when i was normal is always been there for me. icelandic musician hilder good tear completed an epic awards season with her first academy ward nominationnd en she previously won an emmy and grammy for her sce for hbo's chernol followed by a bafta and golden globe for her score for joker. >>she is just the 5th woman in academy awards history to receive a nomination in the original score category. her oscar win for joker marks the first time a woman has won that category nce and ugly in 19 98 for the full monte.
she had this advice for aspiring female composers through the to the women. >>to the mothe to the we hear music of beinwith speed got we need to hear your voice. what i'm rick damigella. >>and our oscars coverage continues next hour on kron 4 news at 6 we'll have a complete wrap-up of all the big wins. and what some perceived to be snow set the 92th academy awards that wraps up kron4 newat 5 thanks for being with us keep it here though pam moore and catherine heenan join us now with kron 4 news at 6 vicki. thank you both coming up next at 6 o'clock santa clara county extending a local health emergency related to the wuhan corona virus. what officials say aims to the health risk for the general public also san francisco's public works director mohammed nuru he
>>because of the corona virus. thank you for joining us tonight, i'm pam moore and i'm catherine heenan ken wayne has the night off. >>santa clara county first declared the corona virus. an emergency a week ago but since that time the number of cases globally has more than doubled and today county supervisors extended the emergency declaration for at least another 30 kron dan kerman he live at the county administration building in san jose he has the latest dan. >>that's right the county health officer says that this does not increase the risk for the public that's not why they did it they just want make sure that they have all the available resources should things get worse. clare county supervisors have extended a local health emergency due to the corona virus and it was a week ago when county health officer doctor sara cody first made the seven-day declaration when there were 17,500 confirmed cas worldwide now